have a dinner with my family last Monday , I ordered a army stew which is very famous and must try ! It's very delicious compare to others restraunt and the kimchi soup pork is very awesome! Additional one japchae beef. The beef was minces and the noodle is well cook . Its located at the pub building 111 Somerset definety will come back for more
Yes finally a Korean restaurant which does not blast Kpop over the speakers. The food here is well seasoned, no hint of MSG! the side dishes are not awesome but the stews are hearty. The stir fried dishes are a winner. Will be back to sample their other soups and stews. We liked their kimchi stew over the soft tofu stew, which was a tad too salty n lacking in depth. The ginseng chicken soup had a clean taste. The fried squid was a balanced sweet n spicy dish with a generous amount of glass noodles.
Warm food and very clean dining environment . Music was played at a soothing volume , quite peaceful Sunday when I visited . Unfortunately there only serve either beef or just mixed vegetables for bibimbap . Perhaps they should add in more choices of meat .
My friends and I ordered the army stew, seafood pancake, buttered grilled squid.and japchae noodles. The main regret was the Army stew because at it's price of $40, the portion was really tiny, like Maybe fit for one person only. The hotpot that it came in was small so I was shocked that such a portion is going to cost us $40. Other than that, the other food was good especially the seafood pancake which was crispy on e outside and e portion of seafood was OK. The side dishes especially the small bowl of porridge were good. If only the porridge could be refillable like the other items. Overall, I'd say order the rest But definitely skip on the army stew, where other Korean restaurants that I have had it at, is more worth while & more delicious elsewhere.
Full Togi review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2015/05/togi.html
Togi is a Korean BBQ restaurant that has been operating for well over a decade, serving authentic, down to earth Korean cuisine, in a comfortable, modern setting. While Togi may not have the tastiest, most premium Korean food around, you're assured of at least getting a great tasting meal each time.
Ambience at Togi appears, at first glance, clean and pristine, with natural touches as as a green wall of plants against colour themes of white and black. Only on closer inspection does Togi shows signs of aging, the walls are slightly off-white to grey, with holes pockmarking its surface. Decor, aside from the green wall, is minimalist. Furniture is semi-comfortable, large wooden tables fit for communal dining, and they also offer both indoor and outdoor al-fresco dining. I notice that ventilation here is above average, the smell of cooking doesn't cling too strongly to your clothes.
Service at Togi is friendly, with several Singaporean and Korean staff present. They'll able to converse in English pretty well, and able to make good recommendations from the menu, as well as provide basic descriptions on the dishes. Food is served pretty quickly, usually within 10 minutes. However, payment is self-service over the counter. I notice staff can assist with the initial cooking if you choose to order the barbecue items, and they do provide tips on how best to consume a dish if asked. Good service!
Food at Togi is distinctly Korean. They offer both Korean barbecue / BBQ, as well as ala-carte dishes, all of which are accompanied by 6 Banchan / side dishes. The menu is extensive, with portions designed for communal dining, so visiting with 2 or more people is strongly recommended. Taste of food is decent, but not the best, so Togi probably classifies as middle of the pack for me. Prices are reasonable for a restaurant, budget about SGD $27 per person for a meal here, though it's more economical and wallet friendly if you dine in larger groups of 4 or more.
The Samgae-Tang / Ginseng Chicken Soup (SGD $25 Whole / $16 Half) has a tasty, refreshing soup / broth that is incredibly addictive, so tasty! The chicken meat is tender, pulling away from the bone easily, and fragrant with the infusion of herbs. The glutinous rice within is so soft, almost like porridge, and just delightful to eat. And yes, I couldn't get enough of the clear, tasty soup / broth! Highly recommended!
The Dak-Galbi / Stir Fried Chicken & Rice Cakes (SGD $16) is served piping hot on a sizzling hot plate, and is packed with tender, super tasty Dak-Bulgogi / marinated chicken, soft and chewy Ddukbokki / Tteokbokki / rice cakes, and a generous helping of vegetables, including cabbage, onions, and lettuce. Sufficient for 2 people to share, this dish is incredibly tasty, the chicken meat is sweet, savoury, smoky, and still moist. Good!
The BBQ meat is very good. Tried the beef ribs and pork collar and both were very tender and tasty. Very disappointed with the non spicy army stew. Over priced for the stew and extremely salty. Had to ask them to top up twice with hot water. The seafood pancake was good too. Very crispy and light.